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Subject:Re: Web Server & Documents From:Mike Collier - SSG <MikeCol -at- SBSERVICES -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 3 Apr 1997 11:10:09 -0500
I wouldn't worry about converting documents to HTML. On your intranet
pages, list the available documents and link them to files containing
the documents. The files should be in whatever the users have on their
machines to read text documents (e.g. if they mostly use Word, link to a
Then the users will simply click on the link and download the document.
And they can print their own hard copy on the local printer.